Not bad for 2 days. Felt pretty linear rather than metroid-vania-y, but pretty hard to invoke the feeling of openness with such a limited play space. Fighting against the ranged enemies felt pretty unfair. Would be cool if you could reflect their projectiles with your sword ganondorf style. As always, love the art style and general vibe of the game.
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You're too kind. I'm just happy you're enjoying the games. I do have a YouTube channel actually. I posted 2 tutorial videos about multiplayer games which you can watch here if you're interested.
I also have some unlisted YouTube videos where I review other itch.io games like
But honestly I find editing videos to be tedious, so I don't particularly like making videos.
If you're taking a look through my old games, may I recommend Toy Quest and PROJECT LAZ? They're probably the two I'm most proud of.
Again, thank you for all the kind comments. They really make my day.
I think after people download a game, there are some suggestions for other games to try. Since we both participated in the Pass the Game jam, it probably is recommending your games at random.
If you're seeing hits from vykri.com specifically, people are finding your game from https://vykri.com/pass-the-game-2023/ which I made to visualize the jam.
I started working on Higan. Made it so you can't move the mirror whenever you want, but instead need to walk through Torii gates to fit with the Japanese theme. It reduced the overwhelming complexity of the mechanic on the player so I think it's a good direction to go, but unfortunately life got in the way I likely won't be able to have meaningful changes complete by the deadline of this jam. Might still continue working on it after, but as for this jam, unfortunately, looks like I won't be able to submit.
Did you also upload a rural blackout entry to day 4, delete it, then upload a new entry for day 6? I'm getting some weird behavior on my visualizer for this page and I'm not sure if it's an issue on my side or not. https://vykri.com/pass-the-game-2023/
EDIT: Nevermind, just read your disclaimer in your description.
Yup. Used cheerio to get all the <a> tags from the description and checked if any of the hrefs were links to a game from the previous day. Checked for both jam links and game links. There were a few people per day that did this incorrectly, so I had to manually do some of them when the scraper couldn't figure it out.